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Find Loose Slot Machines At Your Local Casino

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With so many new casinos and slot parlors being built across the country we thought it would be interesting to point out how you can find a loose slot machine at your local casino.

First, it's important to understand what a loose slot machine is. If a normal slot machine at your local casino has a 90% payout rate, it means that for every dollar the machine takes in, it gives back 90 cents. The typical Las Vegas and Atlantic city slot machines are set to 85-90% payout rates. The Mohegan Sun Casino that just opened up in Pennsylvania saw 90% payout rates in its first two days that it was open.

Loose slot machines would be considered loose if they consistently have payout rates higher than the normal slots' payout rates at the casino. So if a slot has a payout rate of 95% when it normally is set to 90%, you could consider that slot loose.

It is difficult to find loose slots at brick and mortar casinos, however if you understand why a casino makes a slot looser than normal you will have a much better chance of finding one that is.

A casino sets a slot to a higher payout percentage to cause excitement in the casino. By this logic you must assume that they would place the supposed loose slot in a highly visible area on the casino floor so more people could see the excited people who keep winning. The bells will go off constantly causing more people to turn and look. And more people will keep playing in hopes that they will win too.

There are other ways of finding loose slots, but now that you know the concept you can use some common sense to find one for yourself.

So the next time you are at your local casino, whether it be in Pennsylvania, on the Gulf Coast, in Atlantic City, in Las Vegas, or Florida, be sure to scope out the slot that is in a high traffic area, and keep an eye out for consistently blinking lights, and keep an ear open for the constantly ringing bells.

November 19, 2006
Posted By Terry Goodwin
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